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Sarah Skala, Socorro Torres Lopez, Capri Gutierrez, and Sarah Bennefield.

4 Rollins Students Earn Fulbright Scholarships

Four Tars have received the distinguished Fulbright Scholarship, including two teaching assignments and two awards to pursue graduate school and research opportunities.

From top left: Connor Xu ’23, Ashley Troutman ’23, Capri Gutierrez ’23, Emily Froehlich ’23, Raj Singh ’23, Sarah Skala ’23, and Georgina Groth ’23.

Rising to the Top

This year’s seven valedictorians share highlights from their time at Rollins and a glimpse of what’s next in their meaningful lives and productive careers.

collage of students working in various communities

Solving the World’s Biggest Problems

For Rollins students, alumni, and faculty, the most pressing issues of our time are not insurmountable. They’re opportunities to bring meaning to the term “global citizenship.”

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Rollins Named Top Producer of Fulbright Students for 10th Time

Rollins’ focus on global citizenship, study abroad, and responsible leadership has once again earned the College a spot in the top producers of Fulbright Students.

Neil Otto ’05 pictured on top of a playground near campus.

A Level Playing Field

Neil Otto ’05 helped create a unique partnership that gives teaching aides a pathway to classrooms of their own.

Rollins students looking over the mountaintop at the horizon in Moab, Utah.

4 Rollins Students Named Fulbright Scholars

Four Rollins graduates have earned 2021-22 Fulbright Scholarships, including three teaching assignments and an award to pursue graduate studies at the University of Glasgow.

Seven Rollins graduates describe how they made strategic professional pivots during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Pivotal Moves

When the world stopped in response to the COVID pandemic, these seven Rollins alumni did just the opposite. They didn’t just save their businesses—they made them better.

Program assistant Marybelle Doe ’21 is one of the first 14 paraprofessionals to enroll in Rollins’ new Pathways to Teaching program.

Rollins Debuts New Pathways to Teaching Program

A unique public-private partnership between Rollins and Orange County Public Schools is giving teaching aides a clear path to classrooms of their own.

Rollins students draw English words and letters on a chalkboard in a Rwandan classroom.

The Re-Education of Rwanda

Professor Scott Hewit is determined to change education in a small Rwandan village where the lights don’t always turn on and the psychic scars of genocide are all around.